DIY Hex Nut Rings and Other Hardware Store Jewelry Tutorials from Design Crush here. There is other jewelry using washers like earrings and a pendant. For lots more DIY hardware store projects go here: http://truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/hardware
DIY Ultimate Downton Abbey Resin Bezel Necklace Tutorial from Resin Crafts here. I’ve posted a general link to all Downton Abbey posts on Resin Crafts’ blog - she has lots of tutorials on resin and bezels (to put the necklace together, there are so many tutorials on my blog and on the internet). I posted the BOTTOM PHOTO from my post “I Am Who They Were” Necklace by Artist Ashley Gilreath to demonstrate how you could make a version of it using the bezels from the Downton Abbey Necklace. At the link I posted for the “I Am Who They Were” necklace I commented on how I would make the necklace with transparency paper.
Greg Holden - She’s Got Something
- 1 orange, peeled and diced
- 1 apple, diced
- 1/2 cup pecans or walnuts, chopped (optional)
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- Place the fruit into bowls.
- Sprinkle with chopped nuts (optional) and/or cinnamon.
What you’ll need.
- porcelain teacups (from a dollhouse tea set)
- porcelain saucers (from same set)
- gold rings
- super glue gel (I use gel because it works better, personally)
- round-nosed pliers
Glue the teacup to the saucer and allow to dry for a few minutes (or hours depending on the quality of your super glue). Once dry, pop a blob of glue on the bottom of the saucer and press to the gold ring, hold still for a few minutes then leave it to rest making sure the teacup is face down and gold ring pointing upwards so the gold ring doesn’t slip whilst drying! Vintage!